Beaded Crochet Choker

Beaded Crochet Choker

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Beads and yarn go great together, especially when you use them to create a pretty necklace. Created your own Beaded Crochet Choker and wear it with any kind of outfit. Crochet necklace patterns may seem complicated, but this project is quick and easy. You only need one skein of yarn and 13 beads to complete this necklace, so there's no need to break the bank. In fact, this is the perfect excuse to use up scarp yarn. Crochet jewelry patterns have never looked this good - be sure to make your own version of this necklace and then create a couple for your friends.

Primary TechniqueCrochet

Difficulty LevelEasy

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Materials:

  • Small amount of WW cotton (2 oz. or less)
  • G hook
  • Approximately 13 6mm beads
  • Clasp (I used 9 mm)

 

Instructions:

Prestring about 13 beads (may wanna do a few extra just to be sure). if you are using a clasp i added the small part at the end of the bead row.
Ch 67 (if you are using a clasp, i transferred the clasp to the last ch.)
Row 1: sc in second chain from hook and in the next 19 ch. (20 sc) *insert hook into next ch and pull up a loop. bring a bead up to the hook. yo and pull through. (this should secure the bead onto the hook and it actually pushes it a tad toward the front). sc in next ch.* repeat from * 12 more times (13 beaded sc and 13 sc). sc in last 20 ch (66 total).
Weave in ends.

 

Note:

  1. You can add or subtract from the beginning chain to make it longer or shorter.

 

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. Could be my browser but I do not see a photo for this beaded crochet choker. Going to a different one to see if I will be able to see it.

If I had some beads, I would have tried this crochet necklace tonight. The instructions are very short and if I read them correctly, I could get this made in a matter of minutes. I buy and resell items all the time and this is something I can whip up and have on hand the next time at the flea market.

This looks so cute...can't wait to makesome for my Granddaughters...Thanks!!

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